Glenn Stark(1917 - 2014)


Relocated (incl. Museums)

Original Location

1100 Coronado Street, Kingman, Kansas 67068


Main Street & Sherman Street, Kingman, Kansas, 67068, United States


1950s to 2010s

Visiting Information

Glenn Stark Park is open to the public every day. 

About the Artist/Site

Glenn Stark (1917–2014) was a World War II veteran and Baptist preacher who whittled, carved, and created concrete sculptures in Kingman, Kansas. The representational sculptures of animals, cowboys, farmers, biblical scenes, and more were displayed outside of his home until after his death in 2014.

Many of the sculptures were then moved to a park in downtown Kingman called Glenn Stark Park that was dedicated in 2015. Additional work was installed in other locations around town, including a collection of bison sculptures displayed on a bluff overlooking US-54. 



metal frames, concrete, paint

Map & Site Information

Main Street & Sherman Street
Kingman, Kansas, 67068 us
Latitude/Longitude: 37.641974 / -98.113203

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